The University of Memphis baseball team secured an 11-10 victory against Wichita State on Senior Day, ending their season with a win. Despite an early four-run deficit, the Tigers rallied effectively, highlighted by Daunte Stuart's three-run home run and Tyler Heckert's game-tying shot. Memphis improved to 23-32 overall and 10-17 in the AAC, as Wichita State fell to 29-27 for the season.

By the Numbers
  • Memphis finished the season 23-32 overall and 10-17 in the AAC.
  • Wichita State ended with a 29-27 overall record and 15-12 in the AAC.
  • The Tigers hit 68 home runs this season, tying the fifth-most in a single season in program history.
  • Senior Caden Robinson started 14 games, struck out a season-high 6 batters in his final game.
State of Play
  • Memphis displayed resilient play, rebounding from a four-run deficit.
  • Effective contributions from multiple seniors were pivotal in the win.
  • The team's season included significant ups and downs, finishing just outside a winning record.
What's Next

With the season wrapped, Memphis will focus on rebuilding and leveraging fresh talent for the next year. Coach Matt Riser will emphasize resilience and strategic plays in preparation for a stronger finish. Recruiting and off-season training programs will be crucial for the Tigers' future success.

Bottom Line

The Tigers ended their season on a high note with an impressive comeback win, highlighting the impact of their senior players. Building on this momentum will be key for a more competitive and successful season ahead.